Soleimani helped turn Iran into one of the most effective proponents of remote warfare; his impact lives on

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With no adequate missile defence system in place and prior-warnings of incoming ballistic missiles confirmed, the soldiers crammed themselves into Saddam-era hardened bunkers. It was a scenario they “were ready for”, as one U.S. soldier stated, but not one they had readily expected. The U.S. military has long held a monopoly on deadly airborne precision threats. We need only think back through three decades of precision warfare to see how American forces, from the Gulf War through to modern drone conflicts, have targeted their enemy with lethal accuracy.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftUK Defence Journal
StatusUdgivet - 27. jan. 2020

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